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Stoneware Dishes are durable ceramic food and water bowls that feature a hi-glaze finish. They are dishwasher safe, lead free, and super sanitary.
Think outside of the usual pet bowl. There are many alternatives, such as personalized dog bowls, that are functional and stylish. Options that keep your pet’s food off the floor, like elevated dog bowls, can save both your pet’s neck and your hardwood or carpet. If you are lucky enough to have a self-sufficient animal, a cat food dispenser is an excellent choice, since it also doubles as storage. Make sure to place a pet food mat underneath all types of feeders — you’ll thank yourself for getting one when it’s cleanup time.
If you love buying or simply want something monogrammed and/or totally unique,Etsy should be your first stop. A simple search for “dog bowl” yields over TK results, and you could easily spend an hour sifting through the pages of choices. Everything from elevated wooden feeders to ceramic bowls and everything in between. It was hard nearly impossible to pick just one, but if this is your thing we strongly suggest seeing what all the site has to offer and finding your own treasured handmade pick. Obsessed with what you find? Etsy is also a treasure trove of handmade leashes, collars, dog tags, food canisters, you name it! (Claylicious, $32)
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Geekercity Durable Ceramics Dog Bowl Puppy Cat Double Diner Animal Food Bowls Kitten Cat Food Dish Pet Bowls Feeder Animal Supplies *** Click image for more details. (This is an Amazon affiliate link)Optimally, cleaning water and food bowls every day is the best – and if you’re feeding them wet food, you definitely should clean the bowls every day. If you are giving your pets dry food, PLEASE at least do a warm water rinse every day and clean the bowls with soap and water at least every few days.Something that’s often overlooked but is an important part of your pet’s overall health and well-being is the cleaning of their food and water bowls. Just like you need clean bowls with your meals, so do your pets. Not cleaning them often results in disease and bacteria building up in their bowl. Your pet is too important to make their bowl an attraction for bacteria, bugs and mold. Not to mention, it can be a turn-off to your pets and result in them not eating or drinking and getting sick down the line. When it comes to washing pet bowls, there is a lot of conflicting information out there. How often should you wash? What should you wash the bowls with? Where should you wash? Everybody seems to have an opinion. So we've decided to go straight to the experts to find out what they think about pet bowl hygiene, foodborne disease prevention and their best practices to protect the health of humans and animals in the household. There are several ways you can keep up with the cleaning. Most people will find using the dishwasher the easiest way to clean the bowls, but remember if the bowls are plastic to put them on the top part of the dishwasher to prevent melting. If you’re washing them by hand, use a mild detergent and warm/hot water. Rinse the bores thoroughly to make sure there is no soap residue left behind when you fill the bowls with water again because that could upset your pet’s stomach. Another option is to use disposable plastic inserts for your pets bowl which can be found at most pet food stores.Selecting a dog bowl for your lovable canine may seem like a straightforward process, but there are a lot of elements to take into consideration! There are hundreds of dog breeds, and all dog’s come in varying shapes and sizes. Just as there isn’t a standard dog size, there is no standard type of dog dish. When browsing for your dog’s food bowl, think about the bowl’s design, size, and materials and how these details may impact your dog’s eating routine.